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From the Paddock: Predictions for the 102nd Indianapolis 500

Our INDYCAR contributors sat down and discussed different things about today’s Indianapolis 500. John Haverlin and Christian Koelle talked about who was some drivers who were surprises the last few weeks, rookies winning and ultimately their prediction for the winner. Here is a discussion From the Paddock. From the Paddock: …

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Patricio O’Ward Quickly Climbing the Ladder to IndyCar

In Friday’s Freedom 100, Patricio O’Ward, 19, finished second to Andretti Autosport teammate Colton Herta by .028 seconds. O’Ward entered the race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a one-point lead on Herta in the Indy Lights championship but now trails by four points. The Monterrey, Mexico native is running his …

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Gabby Chaves, Harding Racing Back in Familiar Ground for Indy 500

One year ago, Gabby Chaves led Harding Racing to a ninth-place finish in their first-ever Verizon IndyCar Series race together in the 101st Indianapolis 500. And while they approach raceday for the 102nd running on Sunday, momentum and crucial building blocks follow the No. 88 Chevrolet ahead of 500 miles. …

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INDYCAR: Three Takeaways From Carb Day 2018

The next time Indy cars are on-track, it will be the day of the 102nd Indianapolis 500. Final practice and the pit stop competition transpired on Friday, also known as Carb Day. Here are three notable events that occurred: Danica Has Engine Issues During the final practice session, Danica Patrick …

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Upcoming IndyCar Film, ‘Born Racer,’ to Document Life and Career of Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon is one of the most successful IndyCar racers — not only of this generation — but in the history of the sport. The Auckland, New Zealand native is a four-time series champion, an Indianapolis 500 winner, and the owner of 41 race-winning trophies. Later this year, his life …

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4 Burning Questions: 1,262 Miles in 1 Day

What is the future of the All-Star Race rules package? As expected either way, there has been a lot of chatter this week about the experimental restrictor plate package used in last weekend’s All-Star Race. The results have largely been positive among fans. It was generally regarded as the most …

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Ed Carpenter Wins 3rd Career Indianapolis 500 Pole

Winning the pole for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” is hard enough to accomplish once. On Sunday, driver-owner Ed Carpenter did it for the third time in six years. Carpenter, in the No. 20 ECR Chevrolet, put up a blistering four-lap run that beat all four Team Penske cars, which have …

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Four Rookie Drivers Earn Berth in their First Indianapolis 500

Following Saturday’s opening qualifying session for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, four rookie drivers will officially make their first attempt at winning the Indy 500. The dreams of Matheus Leist, Robert Wickens, Kyle Kaiser, and Zachary Claman De Melo will come true, at least part of it will. The rest of …

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Castroneves Fastest on First Day of Qualifying for Indianapolis 500

Helio Castroneves put his No. 3 Pennzoil Chevrolet on the top of the speed charts Saturday during the first qualifying session for next Sunday’s Indianapolis 500. Castroneves’ 228.919 mph lap put the Team Penske driver ahead of owner-driver Ed Carpenter who put his No. 20 Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevrolet in second. …

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